How to place a Swift Bet through Racing Post

Using Swift Bet without leaving the Racing Post app

1. Log-in and deposit to all your betting accounts

To place bets you can use your existing betting account with any of our partner bookmakers, or register to open a new account. Find the list of bookmakers by choosing the Accounts tab on the Racing Post app. Log in with each of the bookmakers from here and manage your accounts including deposit and withdrawals.

2. Benefit from multiple bookmakers’ promotions, including Best Odds Guaranteed

When using Swift Bet on the app you still benefit from all the same concessions as when you use a bookmakers app, including extra places, money-back offers and Best Odds Guaranteed.
If you’re opening a new account, check the latest free bets and registration offers to make sure you get the best promotional deal.

Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) is automatically applied to your bets. This means you get the best odds (or price) for the horse you’re backing. If you place a bet at 3/1, and the price drifts to 5/1, you’ll get paid at 5/1. This doesn’t apply to SP (starting price) bets, which are only paid out at the price when the race starts.

3. Tap the odds buttons to add horses to your betslip

Go to the racecard for the race you want to bet on. Choose the horse you want to back by tapping the odds button next to the horse’s name. This will add this selection to your bet slip. Don’t forget you can select as many horses as you’d like to place multiple and forecast bets, click +Add Selections and navigate to view other racecards and make more selections

4. Place your bet, watch the race live and track your open bets on the Racing Post app

Choose your stake and decide if your bet is to win, or each-way. If you have selected more than one horse, choose which multiple you’d like to place. We’ll display your estimated returns from your total stake.
Choose Place Bet when ready. To watch the race live, you must bet £1 or more on it. Go to the racecard and look for Watch Live. You’ll be able to start watching 2-3 minutes before the race begins

Using Swift Bet without leaving racingpost.com

1. Log-in and deposit to all your betting accounts

To place bets you can use your existing betting account with any of our partner bookmakers, or register to open a new account. Find the list of bookmakers by choosing the Accounts tab on racingpost.com. Log in with each of the bookmakers from here and manage your accounts including deposit and withdrawals.

2. Benefit from multiple bookmakers’ protions, including Best Odds Guaranteed

When using Swift Bet on racingpost.com you still benefit from all the same concessions as when you use a bookmaker’s website, including extra places, money-back offers and Best Odds Guaranteed.
If you’re opening a new account, check the latest free bets and registration offers to make sure you get the best promotional deal.

Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) is automatically applied to your bets. This means you get the best odds (or price) for the horse you’re backing. If you place a bet at 3/1, and the price drifts to 5/1, you’ll get paid at 5/1. This doesn’t apply to SP (starting price) bets, which are only paid out at the price when the race starts.

3. Tap the odds buttons to add horses to your betslip

Go to the racecard for the race you want to bet on. Choose the horse you want to back by clicking the odds button. This will add this selection to your bet slip. Don’t forget you can select as many horses as you’d like to place multiple and forecast bets, click Add to Bet Slip and navigate to view other racecards and make more selections

4. Place your bet, watch the race live and track your open bets on the Racing Post app

Choose your stake and decide if your bet is to win, or each-way. If you have selected more than one horse, choose which multiple bet you’d like to place. We’ll display your estimated returns from your total stake.
Choose Place Bet when ready. To watch the race live, you must bet £1 or more on it. Go to the racecard and look for Watch Live. You’ll be able to start watching 2-3 minutes before the race begins